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Milne

A(lan) A(lexander). 1882--1956, English writer, noted for his books and verse for children, including When We Were Very Young (1924) and Winnie the Pooh (1926)
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Milne passed away at the age of 54, after a battle with liver disease and a lifelong fight with the demon drink.
Miss Milne, who has been a nurse for 17 years, said: "I'm overwhelmed at this honour.
That marriage would produce one child, Christopher Robin Milne.
As CVO Scotland, Professor Milne provided high quality and timely veterinary advice on the prevention and control of exotic and endemic animal disease, veterinary public health, international trade and animal welfare, Mr Walsh said.
Milne has been coaching football and basketball at Creswell for the past seven years.
Milne concedes human personality, perspectives, style, literary methods, and editorial development as factors in the development of Scripture, but the result is nonetheless "infallible.
31, 2002, Milne executed a contract on behalf of United Rentals with Terex, Westport, CT, relating to the rental company's obligations under a remarketing agreement that it had with Terex.
Milne was allowed to pay the fine at pounds 5 a fortnight.
But the court heard Milne and Simons worked as "hired guns" for as little as pounds 6,000.
And Police prosecutor Leigh Cahill said tjat Milne "became aroused" and the woman gave him oral sex while he was driving, until they reached the traffic lights at the Berrimah Rd intersection.
Milne grabbed Mr Rutherford's ankles, pulled him to the floor and leaned over him, Teesside Crown Court heard.
Larry's father, Clarence Milne, started the business there in 1952.